More whiskies in the league
Connemara Distillers Edition
Top notch Connemara peated Irish single malt whiskey, presented as their Distillers Edition. Plenty of earthy, evocative smoke, paired with honey'd barley and juicy apple. We do like a good Connemara, we do.
Connemara Turf Mór
Originally released for the Travel Retail market, Connemara Turf Mór boasts a peatiness that leans more on the earthy side of things than their classic expression.
Inspired by Ireland’s ancient distilling traditions, Connemara’s smooth sweet malt taste and complex peat flavours makes it a truly unique Irish whiskey. Connemara is the most decorated Irish whiskey with a huge collection of Gold Medals and has been honoured as the “Worlds Best Irish Single Malt”. Connemara allows you to unearth the Peated Pleasures of Ireland.
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Hellyers Road Original Roaring Forty
Single malt whisky from the Hellyers Road distillery in Tasmania (which Mike wrote a blog post about a while ago). This is the Original "Roaring Forty" expression, named after the 40km/h winds which blow in the rain-clouds, making the production of this whisky possible. It's aged in American white oak barrels
All Seasons Indian whisky
All Seasons is a brand of Indian whisky launched by the OASIS Group India, one of the few IMFL producing companies in India. In addition to All Seasons whisky, the OASIS Group also produces vodka, brandy and gin.
Eagle Rare 10yr
Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is masterfully crafted and carefully aged for no less than ten years. The rareness of this great breed of bourbon is evident in its complex aroma, as well as the smooth and lingering taste. Eagle Rare is a bourbon that lives up to its name with its lofty, distinctive taste experience
Chivas Century Scotch
Whiskies from 100 distilleries have been blended to create this marvel in the whisky world. This rare and collectible bottle is best described on the side of the box this precious whisky is packaged: “ONE HUNDRED SINGLE MALTS. This bottle contains 100 single malt Scotch whiskies - an unequalled collection. From the Highlands and the famous Spey Valley, the distant Islands, and the soft, harmonious Lowlands, a hundred ancient oak casks have yielded their treasure. The result is superb, of incomparable richness and age. Only the cellars of Chivas Brothers could produce such an historic tribute to the spirit of SCOTCH MALT WHISKY”.
Proper No. Twelve Irish Whiskey
Proper No. Twelve is a brand of blended Irish whiskey established by mixed martial arts fighter and athlete, Conor McGregor. Having been launched in 2018, it is one of the newest whiskey brands in the market today.
The Macallan 10yr Malt Scotch
The initial sniffs after the pour reveal supple, buttery, and piney aromas; more time allows a pleasant fruitiness to appear along with traces of vanilla and cedar. Palate entry is honey sweet and silky; by midpalate the backbone flavors are clearly the sweet grain andvanilla bean. Concludes warmly in the throat. An extremely pleasant malt. Best Buy.
Suntory Hibiki 21 Year Old Blended Whisky
The Hibiki 21 Year Old is a blended whisky from Beam Suntory, the largest Japanese producer of distilled beverages and spirits. Hibiki is a brand of blended Japanese whiskies produced by the company. This expression is one of the most critically and commercially successful Hibiki releases, winning a number of awards and medals over the years.
Makers Mark 46 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Maker’s Mark 46 is a Kentucky straight Bourbon with no-age-statement. This wheat bourbon is the brainchild of Bill Samuels Jr., son of Bill and Margie Samuels, the founders of Maker’s Mark. Released in 2010, The Maker’s Mark 46 was the first new recipe created at the distillery since production first began in 1953.Bill & Margie Samuels named the whisky ‘46’ since it was the file number of the French Oak staves that they used to ‘finish’ their Bourbon, drawing out the influence from the wood. Maker’s Mark are also one of the select few American whiskey brands that prefer to use ‘whisky’, dropping the ‘E’.